The Taste of Canadian Sun, Grass, and Soil
Iris Chen
Multicultural Consultant
The Taste of Canadian Sun, Grass, and Soil
The Taste of Canadian Sun, Grass, and Soil
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The Taste of Canadian Sun, Grass, and Soil

Yui Aida is a dessert chef and food painter from Tokyo, Japan. She uses naturally grown local ingredients to create desserts, no dairy, no egg.

Drawing inspiration from fresh and native ingredients wherever she goes, Yui’s goal is to “see the land, eat a thing of the land, and create a dish using ingredients from the land”.

For this year’s “TAIWANfest – The Kitchen of Sweetness”, I put a program together to inspire this Japanese artist, who has a wondrous imagination with meticulous observation skills, to incorporate naturally grown Canadian local ingredients into her dessert creations.

Are you curious what the sun, grass, and soil taste like?

Aug. 26&27 @ Harbourfront Centre, Lakeside Terrace, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Sept. 2 & 3 @ Downtown Vancouver, Granville 500, 2:00 – 3:00pm
Sept. 4 @ Downtown Vancouver, Granville 500 3:00 – 4:00pm

 

Click the pictures to read the stories behind the scene:

The Taste of Sweet Rocks
The Taste of Sweet Rocks
The Taste of A Clear Blue Sky
The Taste of A Clear Blue Sky
The Taste of The Ocean Beyond Its Contents
The Taste of The Ocean Beyond Its Contents  
The Taste of Canadian Sun, Grass, And Soil
The Taste of Canadian Sun, Grass, And Soil
The Taste of Yui’s Imagination
The Taste of Yui’s Imagination

 

 

 

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